Amount of switch chip columns
Amount of channels / chip
What you see here is how X-Bay works inside. In the software (AOS) you see one nice grid as if there is
one chip but inside there are many chips of the same kind acting together as one. The top row is the output of X-Bay, the bottom row is
the input of X-Bay. The output of your devices connect to the input of X-Bay and the input of your devices connect to the output of
X-Bay. Now all your devices are connectable to eachother at will and you can configure them anyway you like without touching cables.
The numbers you see in the table is reflecting which input port should
be connected to which output port. Click on a number to highlight it's path in the network. This demo proves that X-Bay works so
that it will always find a way to connect you devices anyway you like. It is a guaranteed non-blocking analog network with continues
connections. Everytime you refresh the page or press the "again" button you see
another random combination of input ports connected to output ports. The algorithm is not based upon brutal force but
on mathematical theorems. It therefore scales well and will always work.
To prove that we not preprogrammed this you can change the numbers and see that AOS will always find a way for your specific needs.
For more in depth explaination read this article https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Nonblocking_minimal_spanning_switch